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question, I was going to do a two week vegan challenge soon, and I have tried to collect some easy and tasty recipes, and I have also tried some of them out already but... I don't know what I'm doing wrong but my vegan ice cream tasted like disappointment, soy meat tasted awful no matter how I tried to prepare it and I don't get along with peas.
do you have any good sites or ideas where I can get some decent vegan food recipes or something? I would greatly appreciate! almost all of the recipes have peas. and I apparently can't prepare soy meat in any way.
Vegetarian here, while I'm not a vegan I can give you some pointers.
First off - tofu, it's a staple food in a vegan diet because of it's health benefits and the fact that it can be prepared in less than 10 minutes. It's also very simple to prepare since it can be boiled, fried, styr fried etc. I recommend to make a marinade and let it cook for a few minutes inside one
As for the peas - you can substitute them with all kinds of beans such as white, kidney or pinto.
I don't know what kind of soy meat you've used, but the one I use is made out of dried soy flour. So the process is to boil it in water for a few minutes, let it cool for a bit and squeeze the excess water out of it, after that you can do the same things with it as you would with some more tender meat such as fry it in oil. I also like to include it in my tomato sauce for spaghetti.
Anyways a few general tips - make use of a large variety of vegetables and mushrooms and the various cooking processes that are being used for them. Since you won't be using milk products such as whipped cream you can substitute them with coconut milk.
Here is the most important thing though, spices. There is a huge world of various spices out there, from powdered ginger to kurkuma and asafoetida, various dried herbs such as thyme, origano, majoran and rosemary. Also soy sauce and various oils such as sesame and olive oil are going to be your best friends, look them up see how you can combine them to create a delicious meal out of a chunk of broccoly and some rice.
Also if you need some pointers on where and how to combine spices hit me up with a pm, I'll be glad to give some insight.
oh wow thanks!
I was planning on eating Wok almost the whole thing through but I realized I'm going to get really tired of it after a few days.
I've never used tofu but if it's as easy as you describe I could try it!
No problem mate, yeah do try tofu, be aware though that by itself tofu is very bland and that's why you should marinate it or just toss it in with something more full of taste.
Here's a recipe suggestion, it's what I'm eating right now - Minestrone soup, an Italian dish in my own version
Heat up some sunflower/vegetable oil in a large metal pot, toss in some corn, peas (you can go without them though) and sliced up carrot, fry for a minute or two and then add water, as much as you want. Cook up some tomato sauce on the side (i did it with olive oil), when it's done toss it into the soup as well. After that toss in some kidney or brown beans, if you're as lazy as me you'll used precooked canned beans.
Boil some spaghetti or gnochi in a
till they are cooked, you could also leave it a bit aldente, drain the water and add the spaghetti to your soup. Just don't toss them raw into your soup, it'll get slimy.
As for spices I used the following: salt, cayenne pepper (optional), rosemary, thyme
there are two different types that have different names in my language, but in english they are both just called thyme, anyway it's dried Thymus serpyllum and Thymus vulgaris
, majoran, basil, asafoetida, powdered ginger and coriander, you could also add a few dried laurel leafs, it really adds to the taste.
I love soups, I've been rocking the so called "summer soup"
no idea what it it's in english
and some miso soup, though the latter has been kinda culture shock, I always had to add salt and chili in there since it seems I can't appreciate umami. ^^'
definitely gonna put this recipe up. it sounds simple enough
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